Definition of Liquidating:
pay; change into cash
Synonyms of Liquidating:
● Pay off
● Cash in
● Cash out
● Sell off
● Sell up
Opposite/Antonyms of Liquidating:
Sentence/Example of Liquidating:
Those that liquidated, such as Barneys New York, set redemption deadlines for outstanding cards.
Others, like Stage Stores and Lord & Taylor, have said they will liquidate all stores while searching for a buyer.
Bankruptcy experts said Lord & Taylor’s decision to liquidate comes as a warning to other retailers in a similar position.
In a letter to customers, chief executive Geoffroy van Raemdonck stressed that the retailer is not liquidating.
“If you’re preventing these retailers from liquidating, that helps the whole industry, but yes, there are competitive concerns about how you make store closure decisions,” Tibone says.
In due time, as Crothers did not liquidate, the firm became possessed of this tract.
The thing they all most fear is that some one will "start a run on the bank," force it to liquidate, and everyone will lose.
It is believed entirely practicable to liquidate the entire debt in seventeen years from the first payment.
The United States will liquidate every debt at the command of its honor, and every cent will be paid.
As soon as I can I will liquidate my indebtedness to you, and meanwhile I remain, etc.